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FLTG extends fiber-optic network

Rochester Business Journal
March 18, 2014

Finger Lakes Technologies Group Inc. has extended its fiber-optic network to 1,300 miles.

The Victor, Ontario County-based company’s network was built from private company funding and connects 20 cities and towns.

“Through FLTG’s fiber-optic network, business customers can tap into the highest-quality broadband and telecom services,” said Paul Griswold, president and CEO, in a statement. “As we have done as a family-owned business over five generations, our company continually reinvests our own resources into innovative solutions for customers, including our fiber-optic network.”

The network connects Alfred, Auburn, Binghamton, Buffalo, Canandaigua, Clifton Springs, Corning, Elmira, Farmington, Geneva, Ithaca, Newark, Phelps, Rochester, Romulus, Seneca Falls, Syracuse, Trumansburg, Victor and Waterloo. Cortland will be added to the network in the next few weeks, officials said.

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